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In 1980 the young playwright Bill C. Davis in MASS APPEAL grappled with coming to grips with one’s long established core values through their challenge from a young and equally forceful point of view.
He set his story in a wealthy, suburban Catholic parish where the staunchly traditional Father Farley is superbly [...]Continue Reading →
Billie Holiday is back in Paris at the Theatre de Rive Gauche in the form of the shimmering Belgian chanteuse Viktor Lazlo.
Accompanied by a quartet of jazz musicians she takes us on a tour of Billie’s life from sweeping out the brothels of Baltimore to her relationships with some of the giants of jazz [...]Continue Reading →
The revered author of THE HUMAN COMEDY, a collection of over 100 short stories and novels describing life in post-Napoleonic France. Along with Zola, Stendhal, Flaubert and Hugo, Balzac is essential to understanding the French.
He was a keen observer of detail and unfiltered representation of society and is considered one of [...]Continue Reading →
42 rue des Lombards 75001
At 92 Jon Hendricks is one of the founders of vocal jazz. Childhood friend of Art Tatum, protegé of Charlie Parker and co-founder of the influential vocal trio Lambert, Hendricks and Ross his influence has been felt across [...]Continue Reading →
At the Théatre de Rive Gauche you can see A TORT ET A RAISON and here at the Théatre de la Madeleine, COLLABORATION. Both deal with the gut-wrenching choices that German artists and writers were forced [...]Continue Reading →
Superb acoustics, cozy setting and reasonably priced drinks make this a mecca for jazz afficionados. Two shows nightly at 8PM and 10PM for your convenience and on Friday and Saturday nights, [...]Continue Reading →
You don’t have to be French to enjoy this joyful and loving homage to a national treasure in France but primarily known in America by the covers of his great hits: Somewhere Beyond The Sea/La Mer- Bobby Darin and I Wish You Love/Que-reste-t-il de Nos Amours- Lenny Welch and Terrance Gelenter whenever [...]Continue Reading →
The Paris Cinema Club will meet regularly, usually late Sunday afternoons to share a classic film on the big screen at participating theaters followed by dinner and a discussion.
Here are my top ten Paris films-please share yours at the bottom of the page.-See you at [...]Continue Reading →
The Howard Greenberg Collection-
known for the erudite exhibits at his gallery, Howard Greenberg Gallery, and his role in shaping both the market for photography and the photographic canon. For the first time, photographs from his personal collection are being exhibited.
Fondation Cartier Bresson
2 Impasse Lebouile, 75014
Metro: [...]Continue Reading →
Anxious to account for contemporary life, Impressionism favoured the representation of human figures in their daily surroundings and captured the “modern” man in his routine activities, both in cities and in the countryside.
Although they did not strive to render scrupulously the physiognomy, costume or habit, the Impressionists nevertheless accounted for [...]Continue Reading →
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